Getting Started with Windows 365

Windows 365 presents NHS organisations with an innovative opportunity to enhance their Windows offering, giving users access to a cloud-based virtual desktop solution from any suitable device on the go, in the office, on the ward, across workplaces or working remotely.

Windows 365 provides users with the following key benefits:

  • Access to the NHS desktop from any location.
  • Picking up work where you left off on another device.
  • Accessing your work on any (supported) device.
  • Latest Windows features built in.
  • Seamless collaboration across the wider NHS.
  • Secure by design.

By leveraging Windows 365, your organisation can benefit from greater flexibility, robust security, and improved operational efficiency.  All while ensuring uninterrupted access to data and critical work applications.

NHS organisations have the option to implement this solution through the following models:

  • Centrally-managed solution where the NHSmail service delivers and supports a Windows 365 Cloud PC.
  • Delegated solution where the Local Administrator manages Windows 365 Cloud PCs via Intune.

Windows 365 Pre-requisites:

  • Users will need to have a NHSmail account
  • New Joiners (users) must sign the Acceptable Use Agreement (NHS Portal)
  • A stable internet connection
  • A device running a supported version of:
    • Windows 10/11
    • iOS*
    • Android*
  • Mobile devices should support external monitors and keyboards to ensure an optimal experience and screen resolution.

Register your interest

Interested in adopting Windows 365 and advancing your organisations digital transformation journey?  Register and fill out the Windows 365 interest survey here. This will enable you to enhance your delivery of a secure, efficient, and innovative digital environment for your organisation.

Last Reviewed Date 20/06/2024
Updated on 09/07/2024
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